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Azure Functions: Process Events With a Serverless Code … – DZone – DZone News

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Microsoft Azure Functions' serverless offerings can get your code running based on time, Azure service events, or triggers from elsewhere.

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How to Deal With Nested Conditionals (Part 2) – DZone News

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How to Deal With Nested Conditionals (Part 2)
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The problem was not only the nested conditions but also duplicated code fragments and lots of null object controls. In this post, I will cover Consolidate Duplicate Conditional Fragments and Testing Interface to tackle the above-mentioned problems.

Optional Method Parameters – DZone News

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Optional Method Parameters
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It'd require you to read all the code down the call stack to make sure that null value is actually supported and won't blow the application. And once you'd do that, the callee code could not be modified in any way that does not support null, which is a ...

A Look at Java Collections – DZone Java – DZone News

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A Look at Java Collections - DZone Java
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In a kickoff to a series on the Java Collections framework, we look at the hierarchy and an overview of uses. It's more than just generic lists, maps, and sets!

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The world’s most incredible ancient ruins (according to you) – Telegraph.co.uk

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The world's most incredible ancient ruins (according to you)
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There was no sound in the surrounding rocky countryside, save the bees buzzing and larks singing. In the distance, the azure Mediterranean shimmered around the island of Filfla, a few miles south of Malta. The early morning sun burnt down from a ...

What’s in a Name? Spelling Matters in Code – DZone News

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What's in a Name? Spelling Matters in Code
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How can caring about spelling in code be anything but pedantic? We're not talking about something being put together to impress a wide audience, like a newspaper. In fact, we're not even talking about prose. And code contains all sorts of abbreviations ...

Typing practice for coders with all programming languages like C, Java, C#, C++, JavaScript, HTML, Ruby, Python etc – Techworm

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Typing practice for coders with all programming languages like C, Java, C#, C++, JavaScript, HTML, Ruby, Python etc
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One of the basic requirements of coding is typing. If you are a programmer you will by now have typed in countless lines of code. Yes, typing can be frustrating. If you find yourself bottlenecked on typing while programming, it's a signal that you ...

Oracle v. Google? Again? IP Dispute over Java API Returns to … – Disruptive Competition Project

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The high profile IP fight between Oracle and Google over the Java API returns to a federal appeals court after a jury handed a loss to Oracle last summer.

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Japanese caught Allies by surprise in Battle of Sunda Strait – Herald Sun

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Japanese caught Allies by surprise in Battle of Sunda Strait
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AFTER surviving the Allied defeat at the battle of the Java Sea the day before, on February 28, 1942, Captain Hector “Hec” Waller had orders to retreat — to take his light cruiser HMAS Perth to safety to Tjilatjap on Java's south coast. Accompanied by ...

Indonesia police shoot dead suspected militant during attack – Myrtle Beach Sun News

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Police officers stand guard outside the municipal building after a stand off between a suspected militant and anti-terror police in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, Monday, Feb. 27, 2017. Indonesian police say they shot the suspected militant in the West ...
IS-linked Indonesian shot dead after bomb attackThe Sun Daily

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Indonesian police shoot a suspected terrorist after an attack in the city of Bandung in West Java – Herald Sun

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Indonesian police shoot a suspected terrorist after an attack in the city of Bandung in West Java
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INDONESIAN police have shot and captured a suspected terrorist 'bride' following a bomb explosion in West Java. Picture: Metro TV. “We don't know yet (whether he is alive) because it has got to be medical team (who declare that). Hopefully, he will be ...

Onion Architecture Is Interesting – DZone News

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Onion Architecture Is Interesting
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Between the layers of the Onion, there is a strong dependency rule: outer layers can depend on lower layers, but no code in the lower layer can depend directly on any code in the outer layer. This is essentially the Dependency Inversion Principle, just ...

Amazon’s Kindle: A Made-in-Israel story – ISRAEL21c

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Amazon's Kindle: A Made-in-Israel story
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The success of the Kindle has of course been a source of pride for the Herzliya team – and a boon for Oracle whose Java, first developed by Sun, and now proudly bearing the Oracle brand name – has seen its status rise among developers. “Of course Java ...

Editable Tables in JavaFX – DZone News

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Editable Tables in JavaFX
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... property the same, it would now display correctly. It is also possible to add the columns into the TableView within the Java code rather than in the fxml. The piece of code below is an example of how you could have added the dateOfBirth column to ...

Git Guilt, Blame, and Code Review – DZone Java – DZone News

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Git Guilt, Blame, and Code Review - DZone Java
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If you're not doing code review, start. If nothing else, it will help balance out the blame when bugs get shipped. Furthermore, now there's a tool to help track it.

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Java, Python FTP Injection Attacks Bypass Firewalls | Threatpost … – Threatpost

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Java, Python FTP Injection Attacks Bypass Firewalls | Threatpost ...
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Newly disclosed FTP injection vulnerabilities in Java and Python that are fueled by rather common XML External Entity (XXE) flaws allow for firewall bypasses.
Java and Python FTP attacks can punch holes through firewalls ...Java World

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Groovy Goodness: Using The Call Operator – DZone News

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Groovy Goodness: Using The Call Operator
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The Java Zone is brought to you in partnership with ZeroTurnaround. Check out this 8-step guide to see how you can increase your productivity by skipping slow application redeploys and by implementing application profiling, as you code!

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What to do when people start hacking your culture – Opensource.com

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What to do when people start hacking your culture
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In this article I mention two such projects: Apache Harmony, an implementation of Java SE created independently of Sun that's now in the Apache Attic, and Apache OpenOffice, one of the successors to the OpenOffice.org project that closed after Oracle ...

How to Avoid Messy Code – DZone News

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How to Avoid Messy Code
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Furthermore, Java has three structural levels: method, class, and package, and method connections need not affect method-level alone. If the owning classes had not been connected, then new transitive dependencies pop into being on class level, too.

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Oracle-Google Both Used Java – VAdvert Press Center (press release)

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Oracle-Google Both Used Java
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In the five years that Google was developing Android and talking partnership and licensing with Sun, long after phones based on the platform were in the market and after years of internal discussions at Sun including IP hammers, Sun didn't file any ...